SOURCE: The Baby Show

The Baby Show

September 10, 2015 09:00 ET

The Baby Show Returns to Toronto

Premium Pregnancy and Early Parenting Exhibition Tackles Parenting Questions During Toronto's Mini Baby Boom

TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - September 10, 2015) - The Baby Show, the GTA's highly anticipated, premium event for expectant and new parents, is coming to the Enercare Centre (formerly the Direct Energy Centre), Exhibition Place October 3 & 4.

This pregnancy and early parenting exhibition, produced by Hestia International Inc., will feature more than 100 national and local exhibitors. Visitors can explore new products and technologies, learn actionable tips from top experts, enjoy a little parenting pampering and much more.

"Toronto has been in a mini baby boom," says Sandy Pedrogao, The Baby Shows show manager. "With birth rates on the rise, there are a lot of new and expectant parents that are looking for the latest and greatest products and services to make life easier. It's such an exciting time in any parent's life, and we are happy to be a part of it."

SHOW HIGHLIGHTS

  • Ours by Cheryl Hickey Seminar Stage: A sponsored seminar series featuring top parenting and pregnancy experts such as:
    • Ann Douglas: The best-selling parenting author talks about everything expectant parents need to know.
    • Lianne Phillipson-Webb: A registered nutritionist focusing on demystifying solid food introduction for new parents.
    • Samantha Montpetit-Huynh: The co-founder of Bellies Inc. talks mummy tummy and pelvic floor dysfunction for new and expectant moms.
  • Kegels & Cocktails: A special event perfect for a girls' night out! Grab a cocktail and learn about pelvic health from leading women's experts.
  • Chef's Daughter Café: Parents have their little ones sample local, organic and fresh baby food, made on the spot.
  • Emergency Rescue Academy Health & Wellness Mat: Parents can participate in relevant talks and demos including:
    • First Aid Basics for the First Year of Life
    • Prenatal Yoga Classes
    • Infant Massage
  • Tiny Hearts 3D Ultrasound: Using HD LIVE ultrasound imaging, attendees can have a 3D ultrasound and printed photo to take home at a discounted rate.
  • VIP Baby Shower: Sponsored by Dear-Born Baby, 50 lucky moms-to-be will win a coveted spot at the most exclusive baby shower in town!
  • Cloth Diaper mini workshops: 10-minute talks at the Diaper-eez booth throughout the weekend.
  • Baby Wearing Area: Parents can get their baby wearing questions answered and try different carriers to find the one that best suits their needs.
  • Green Zone: A dedicated area for sustainable and eco-friendly exhibitors.

HOT NEW FEATURED PRODUCTS

  • Junah Babywearing Coat: Designed in Switzerland, this stylish coat can be worn during pregnancy, while baby wearing and beyond.
  • EZ-PZ happy mats and bowls: Colourful no-fuss, no-mess product for feeding little ones.
  • Lulla doll: A child sleep aid inspired by kangaroo care that mimics the closeness of a caregiver.
  • Jeff Baker Woodworks: Toys (& furniture) made of reclaimed wood that is non-toxic and sustainable.
  • PremiumNearBeer.com: Offering premium non-alcoholic beer, wine, and spirits, expectant moms can now enjoy a safe beer or cocktail with friends.

When:
Saturday, October 3, 2015 9:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday, October 4, 2015 10:00am - 5:00pm

Where:
Enercare Centre, Hall D, Exhibition Place
100 Princes' Blvd, Toronto, ON M6K 3C3

Details:
General Admission: $15.00. Children 12 years and under are free!

About The Baby Show
The Baby Show is produced by Hestia International Inc., which has been in the parenting industry for 10+ years. As publisher of Oh Baby! Magazine -- a free digest-sized pregnancy and early parenting magazine distributed across Canada, its goal is to educate new and expectant parents through print media, social media and the consumer show platform.

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